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List of Sites for Earning Money Online by participating in Surveys, Filling Forms, Apps etc.,


Below are the List of Sites for Earning Money Online

Perk

Perk is growing rapidly and constantly adding new ways to make money. You can download one of their many apps, including their popular Perk TV. Now they even have an app that actually pays you to watch TV in your home.

Top Cash Back

This website is unique in that it gives you 100% commission when you shop through them. They don’t take a cut. They’re able to do this by allowing businesses to be featured on their homepage. In other words, they are paid by the advertisers, which works out in your favor!

Zoom bucks

Another website that pays you to watch videos, but they also pay for contests, completing offers, playing games, and much more. Zoom bucks will keep you busy earning money.


Swag bucks

From watching videos to taking online surveys to playing games, Swag bucks offers many different ways to have fun and put cash in your pocket at the same time. Overall, you can regularly earn $25-$100 per month on Swag bucks just for doing the things you are already doing online. Swag bucks comes first on this list because I have personally made more money with them than the rest, and they seem to have the most options. They also offer cashback shopping in the form of SB points that you can redeem for Free gift cards to places like Amazon, Walmart, and Paypal.

Fushion Cash

Fushion Cash pays you to watch videos, among other things. They’ll even pay you to listen to the radio through a third-party service called Radio Loyalty.

Cash Crate

Watching videos, shopping, playing games, winning contests, trying products—these are just some of the ways Cash Crate pays. That would explain why they are so popular.

Inbox Dollars

Get paid to watch videos, play games, and shop, among other things. I’ve used Inbox Dollars for a few years now, and while it won’t make you rich, it will provide you with some extra cash.

My Gift Cards Plus

This website offers competitive cashback rates for gift cards to different stores, and they are powered by Swag bucks, which means they are another way to earn SB points while getting cashback.

Send Earnings

Send Earnings will pay you to watch videos, play games and even shop at different stores to buy the things you’re already buying. That’s just the beginning when it comes to what they will pay you for.

Fat Wallet

Yet another great cashback website to use for comparison when shopping. Browse around to see who offers the most cashback for what you’re buying and earn that money.

My Points

My Points will pay you for watching videos and playing games, like many of the other websites here, but their main thing is cashback on popular websites like Amazon and Groupon.

Memo Link

Memo Link also pays for various things, but first and foremost, they are a cashback website. You can shop at all kinds of online retailers though them.

Extrabux

Up to 30% cashback at over 2,000 different stores! You will definitely be able to find a retailer to shop with and get cashback through Extrabux.

Shop At Home

This is a cashback website that seems to focus on popular brick and mortar stores like Walmart, Target, Sears, and Macy’s. However, they do offer cashback at more stores and websites, so they’re good for comparing with other websites.

Main Street SHARES

Formerly Big Crumbs, Main Street SHARES is cashback shopping with an investing twist. You receive cashback by shopping at online stores, but you also have the ability to earn virtual shares (similar to stock shares) as part of their profit sharing program. This is truly unique.

Mr. Rebates

This is another great cashback website with most of the major stores to choose from. They offer up to 30% cashback on a few stores, but 5% is standard to see for many of the retailer websites they offer.

Second to None

This is another mystery shopper website like Best Mark, but the shops are different. Best Mark seems to focus more on auto-related purchases, while Second to None focuses more on smaller shops. One of their biggest assignments right now involves compliance on alcohol and tobacco products at select stores. Occasionally, there could be an important assignment (depending on your location) that could pay close to $100 for a few minutes of work.

BeFrugal

Most of the cashback websites offer a $3 or $5 bonus for signing up—BeFrugal offers a $10 signup bonus. They offer up to 30% cashback on select stores, and up to 10% cashback on Amazon.

Ibotta

Cashback at all of the major departments stores, electronics stores, and even movie theaters. The app makes it easy to use right on your phone.

Coupon Cactus

Yet another great cashback website that makes it really simple for you to find your cashback coupon and go shopping. Coupon Cactus is also great for saving money in other ways. Browse around their website to figure out all of the ways you can earn and save.

IntelliShop

IntelliShop is a great mystery shopper website, and it’s easy to sign up and get started. They offer many different types of mystery shopping opportunities from all kinds of different businesses.

Sinclair Customer Metrics

This is another great mystery shopping website. They offer fun ways to shop, evaluate companies, and earn money while doing it.

Market Force

Market Force is a great mystery shopping company. I like that they not only have plenty of stores to mystery shop at, but you’ll also get paid to eat! Market Force seems to have more restaurants to shop at than the other mystery shopping companies.

InstaGC

You’ll get paid to watch videos, listen to music, shop, and do several other things. They also have a very low minimum cash out—you can get paid after earning a single dollar.

Analysia

This is same concept as User Testing. Each test takes about 10-15 minutes and pays $10. Analysia works the same way as User Testing—they will email you when a test becomes available.

StartUpLift

Just like the two websites above, StartUpLift pays you to answer questions about different websites. The questions vary depending on what the specific client wants, but each one pays a flat $5.

TryMyUI

This website pays $10 for 15-20 minutes of website evaluation. You’ll visit the website, and then provide feedback on different aspects that the client is looking for.

Enroll

These tests fluctuate a little more than the other websites, as far as tasks to complete and pay-per-test, but Enroll is another great option to sign up for and await emails telling you when tests are available.

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